5 Filipino Dishes You Can Make for New Year’s Eve

Make your Media Noche Feast a delicious one!

Media Noche, celebrated by most Filipinos on New Year’s Eve, is just as festive as Noche Buena or Christmas Day. Make your spread a delicious feast with these Pinoy food favorites (don’t forget the round-shaped fruits for good luck!):

 


 

1 Molo Soup

This hearty soup has homemade broth, lots of veggies and aromatics, and dumplings filled with both pork and chicken.

Meaty dumplings make this soup extra comforting.

 

 

2 Pinoy-style Pork Barbecue

Fire up the grill and bond with family while grilling this sweet-savory Pinoy favorite. 

Birthdays and special occasions always call for certain kinds of food, pork barbecue is almost always part of a festive spread.

 


 

3 Chicken Relleno

This party mainstay is always a crowd favorite. This version has all these ingredients: ham, chorizo, queso de bola, and olives.

Give this recipe a try-it's easier than you think.

 

 


 

4 Pancit Bihon Guisado

Noodle dishes are considered a "lucky dish" and this pancit has veggies, meat, and seafood, making it a complete meal.

With noodles, veggies, meat, and seafood, this simple dish is a complete meal.

This Spanish-inspired squid ink pancit recipe tastes of the ocean!

 


 

5 Biko (Sticky Rice)

Serving sticky dishes are also considered lucky. Usher in the new year with this delicious rice cake.

Learn how to make biko, a classic Filipino dish made with sticky rice and coconut milk.

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This version of the all-time favorite Filipino snack or merienda has a delightful tangy twist!

 

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You can serve these dishes on Noche Buena or Christmas day!

 

 

 

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